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Dr. Phil Revealed What Danielle Bregoli aka The ‘Catch Me Outside' Girl Was Really Like, You Know... Other Than A Human Meme

How 'bout dat?

The Joe Rogan Experience podcast is nothing short of a godsend for good, interview content. It has been described as Oprah for guys and look, it’s not wrong. But this week, Rogan had Dr. Phil on as a guest where they discussed everything from the opioid epidemic to Jussie Smollett.

Joe Rogan’s superhero outfit.

But the juiciest clip is Dr. Phil talking about his arguably most “famous” guest, Danielle Bregoli aka the “Catch Me Outside” girl.

HOWBOWDAH?

Dr. Phil broke down what actually happened after Bregoli came on the show and how after she was sent to “the ranch” for a week, she seemed reformed, well behaved and you know, not seeming like she was going to threaten crowds. But that didn’t last long with her mother reawakening that side of her “overnight” to the dismay of Dr. Phil.

The moustache quivered with despair.

This has been the first real time, the TV “doctor” has talked about it and even he seems shocked with the success she’s received after her infamous appearance.

But that’s the thing about Joe Rogan, he gets great guests to tell great stories or at the least gets them to smoke some bud to get great memes out of them.

This Skit Pretty Much Describes Every Awkward Conversation You've Had With An Uber Driver

Long night?

An awkward conversation with an Uber driver is one of the dreaded requirements of calling one regardless whether it’s just after work or 3am outside of the kebab shop.

What your brain thinks every time…

And pretty much every conversation runs through the same talking points, the same beats almost like singing a song of social cues and courtesy longing for the sweet embrace of silence.

Bladda-Bladda-Bladda

But some of Australia’s most talented filmmakers, Fairbairn Films have flipped it to highlight the monotony that Uber drivers must feel being asked the same questions by every, single passenger.

And frankly, we feel seen.

How Scooby Doo's Shaggy Deservedly Became The All Powerful King Of The Internet

Zoinks.

Shaggy Rogers, beloved kinda-but-officially stoner and master detective has become a god.

But how did this happen you may ask? Well… the internet.

THE SUPER HIGHWAY OF MEMES.

In 2017, YouTuber Midya remixed a scene from the animated classic Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur with the song ‘Ultimate Battle’ from Dragon Ball Super and what transpired was nothing short of masterful… a work of art… a new religion.

From here the meme slowly snowballed, gaining traction and developing a cult following.

It spread through everything from Tumblr, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit and Facebook. It didn’t matter whether it was animated or live-action, the only thing that mattered was Shaggy.

You can only Marvel at Shaggy.

You may be wondering why this happened and we can only ask, “why not?”.

Shaggy Rogers is the epitome of us all, he’s seen as lazy, incapable of easy tasks and loves dogs.

But what if he was capable of more? What if his power level was unseen, his full potential untapped? What people only saw what they wanted him to see and deep down was a god?

His power level is over *redacted*.

The growth of Shaggy mirrors the growth of disallusion young people feel in the modern world and there’s only one person who can pull us out of this pit of self loathing and despair.

And that’s the love of Shaggy.

Zoinks indeed.

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